There was no grand prize winner tonight at EuroMillions but two Irish ticket holders still claimed massive wins in Friday night’s draw.
The jackpot of nearly €29.6 million was unclaimed, while there was also no EuroMillions Plus jackpot winner of €500,000.
The main draw winning numbers were 3, 9, 19, 20, 23 and Lucky Stars 9 and 11.
Six players from all over Europe matched five numbers and one lucky star reaped nearly €110,000 each.
The numbers chosen in the EuroMillions Plus draw were 12, 16, 21, 30 and 36.
It wasn’t all bad for Lotto players in Ireland, with more than 70,000 people here winning prizes at the EuroMillions and Plus games.
Although no one took the first prizes, two Irish ticket holders will wake up as the country’s newest millionaires on Saturday after their big win.
As part of a new two-week Euromillions promotion, five new millionaires in Ireland have been guaranteed over the past two weeks with a special ‘Ireland only’ lottery procedure after each draw.
Friday saw Ireland’s only fourth and final Euromillions draw.
This means that two lottery tickets have been awarded to two players with a fantastic 1 million euros.
Mega prizes won in a raffle in Ireland only on Friday night had the winning codes I-LLV- 87429 and I-LLV- 10793.
The National Lottery has not confirmed where lucky tickets have been sold, but Irish players are being urged to check their tickets to see if they have a piece of paper worth €1m.
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